Claire puts her success as a financial services consultant down to her inability to choose between what she calls her 'techy' and her 'fuzzy' side. In college, Claire studied both Computer Science and Comparative Literature, to nurture these two sides of her personality.
"I think it’s the product of my French education – we study over ten different subjects at a time. I developed this affinity for constantly changing subject matters, without putting my finger down on exactly which combination would keep me driven day-in and day-out. This persuaded me that consulting would be the most natural, satisfying fit for me."
She now works in our Financial Services practice, specializing in Corporate and Institutional Banking. She has worked extensively with financial institutions in both North and South America, on a variety of topics ranging from regulatory submissions, capital markets strategy and benchmarking, as well as technical/analytical review, design and build-outs. She was one of the authors of our Wholesale Banking and Asset Management 2018: Searching for Growth In An Age Of Disruption report.
She ++ is Stanford's Women in Computer Science Network. Claire was chosen as one of its role models and featured in the She ++ documentary that has been viewed in schools and major tech companies across over 15 countries.
Claire is also a talented multi-linguist, fluent in French, English and Spanish and even conversational in Portuguese and German. Her hobbies include Latin American literature, traveling, and getting outdoors to play soccer or tennis.